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Why should I give my Readers bad lines of my own when good ones of other People's are so plenty. - Ben Franklin

Joined May 2018
“Legend says that when you can’t sleep, it’s because you’re awake in someone’s dream. So if everyone could stop dreaming about me, that would be great.” PS. - Anonymous
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It may be a species of impudence to think that the way you understand God is the way God is. PS. - Joseph Campbell, Thou Art That: Transforming Religious Metaphor
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Sometimes, the mistake is not the problem; the lack of remorse is the real mistake. - M. Johnson
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Maybe we'll meet each other in the next life, and maybe next time we'll do it right. PS. - Christy Ann Martine
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Burn down your cities and leave our farms, and your cities will spring up again as if by magic; but destroy our farms and the grass will grow in the streets of every city in the country. PS. - William Jennings Bryan
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A man says a lot of things in summer he doesn't mean in winter. PS. - Patricia Briggs
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Nothing burns like the cold. PS. - George R.R. Martin, A Game of Thrones
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We don’t choose our enemies, Robert thought. They choose us – and there is not a damn thing we can do about it. PS. - Jennifer Valoppi
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When the flood of truth becomes a drought, the lush throats of liars shall shrilly fill the vacuum with their false fruit. None shall taste its maggoty putrescence and devour it whole. PS. - S. Stafford
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"How ghastly for her, people actually thinking, with their brains, and right next door. Oh, the travesty of it all." -  Soulless
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We are all on a collision course with ourselves. Inevitably, our existing habits will be counter-productive to achieving our bigger picture goals. To avoid the crash, we need to regularly review how we are doing things and make adjustments as needed. PS. - J. Fairclough
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Good God, if our civilization were to sober up for a couple of days, it'd die of remorse on the third. PS. - M. Lowry
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The wires held the balloons implacably where they were. She recoiled at the sight of them. They were dreadful – somehow they were dreadful – a dead spot in the sky. PS. - Joe Hill, The Black Phone
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... By contrast, a hamburger has never slammed into the side of the space shuttle in orbit, and I very much doubt that chicken nuggets are going to float up seeking the shelter of your space rescue pod! dothemath.ucsd.edu/2011/10/w…
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They gave Pandora a box. Prometheus begged her not to open it. She opened it. Every evil to which human flesh is heir came out of it. The last thing to come out of the box was hope. It flew away. PS. - Kurt Vonnegut, Timequake
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She had wailed loudly enough to wake the dead and make them call the cops. PS. - Ilona Andrews, Magic Strikes
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Underneath  their skin and bones, some people, rare people, thank God, just have black holes. They’re born that way, but there’s no getting at it. No changing its mind. The black hole rules until the host is dead. PS. - Bill Hodges, Mr. Mercedes
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Hope always comes after evil has done its work. We cannot keep living on hope, though. PS. - Erik Pevernagie, Box of Pandora
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The Bible says, in the end days men will seek death, but death will elude them. So, maybe we’ll find immortality after all... PS. - Jennifer Valoppi, Certain Cure: Where Science Meets Religion
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